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EWI of San Diego Literacy Initiative

EWI of San Diego champions literacy initiatives, which support local organizations through outreach and financial support.

In 2016 EWI of San Diego named their literacy award after Adele Asmer. 

Executive Women International of San Diego

2016 Adele Asmer Literacy Award goes to:

San Diego Library, Families of Literacy – $2,500


For more information about Literacy Awards, please contact:
Lourdes Navarro, Literacy Chair
3590 Mt. Acadia Blvd
San Diego, CA 92111
858-202-1758 x 221 LNavarro@eironclad.com

 

PAST AWARDS

 

Executive Women International of San Diego

2014 Literacy Program AWARDS goes to:

Avondale Elementary School – $1,250

City Heights Preparatory Charter School – $1,250

2013-2014 Literary Committee: Lourdes Navarro, eIRONclad Technology Solutions; Co Chair; Pat Evans, San Diego Convention Center Corp. Co-Chair

 

 

2011 Literacy Program AWARDS goes to:

Casita Elementary School – $2,200

YMCA After-School Care at Border View – $2,800

 

Casita Elementary School’s plan is to have Family Book Club nights once a month to read and discuss children’s literature.  Each month all participants will receive a grade level book to take home and keep.  The following month those students and their parents meet to discuss, like a book club, the previous month’s book.  The staff is available and highly motivated to make the family reading nights successful and well attended.  Casita serves a community that is 60% socio-economically disadvantaged and “putting books into the hands of the children” will be a valuable tool in getting the kids there as many of them will not have any books of their own at home.  They will have games, guest readers, contests and awards.

The YMCA of San Diego County Border View Family YMCA Branch will use their grant to set up reading “rooms” at Juarez Lincoln Elementary School and the Border View YMCA Child Watch Program, two programs like Casita, that serve socio-economically challenged families.  Both locations will create reading areas with comfortable furniture, books and supplies to encourage reading and writing. YMCA employees will be utilized in reading with and tutoring the children participating.  They will work to bring the staff and the families together in working with readers who are behind grade level.  Our grant will provide that space and the reading materials that will teach the children “what curling up with a good book” means.

2010-2011 Literary Committee

Trish Ghio, Anthony’s Seafood Group Co Chair; Beth Sullivan, Alternative Health Source Co-Chair; Anna Kintzer-McCutcheon, San Diego Theatres, Inc.; Bonnie Reiner, Deloitte & Touche, LLP; Charlita Shelton, University of the Rockies; Donna Simon, S.D. Air & Space Technology Center; Gracia Hinesh, Life Member; Jan Rogers, Francis Parker School; Pat Evans, S.D. Convention Center Corporation; Besse Johannsen, Ferris & Britton, APC; and Kathy Trombley, Magpie Enterprises, Inc.

 

Executive Women International of San Diego

2010 Literacy Initiative ~ EWI San Diego Literacy Kick Off

“At EWI-San Diego, promoting literacy is a primary component of our mission statement.  Logan Elementary was the recipient of our $5,000 literacy grant for 2010 and we will continue to support the San Diego community in meeting the educational needs of our children.”   ~ Pat Evans, representing San Diego Convention Center Corporation and EWI San Diego’s VP/President Elect

John Logan Elementary School “Hooked on Series” literacy initiative is a SUCCESS!  The new books are in and the kids anxiously awaited their turn at selecting their favorite book to check out.  One of Logan Elementary’s top reader surprised the room with a song……

 

Logan Elementary Principal and Students

IceCream Time

EWI San Diego Reading Rally Kick Off

Looking for Books